Take a walk down Boylston Street and you'll see all sorts of interesting things, such as the new part of the Boston Public Library in late afternoon, above.
John Singleton Copley, for whom Copley Square is named:
Hare-brained near the end of the Boston Marathon:
The world is round - like an orange. One of the muses on the Dartmouth Street side of the BPL:
Trinity Church, in front of the Hancock Tower:
Old South Church:
Is there anybody who likes this statute, which seems to grow more forlorn by the year?
Creative re-use: Barcode, the restaurant, in the old Division 16 precinct house:
I moved from Boston to Ohio last year after growing up there.... I'm still homesick for the best city in the world. This afternoon while sitting at work I was missing Boston so I stumbled upon your site, which brought a happy tear to my eye. I just wanted to thank you for a little reminder of home.
Lisa Roberts on April 16, 2004 07:23 PM.
hello! I went to grad school at hgse
back in 1973. It is wonderfull to see
places I once walked by and remember
those wonderfull years as a young man
at Harvard. thanks a whole bunch.
carlos serrano on May 13, 2004 08:00 PM.
For the date of the last post I see it´s a little late, but anyway, I livend in Boston from 1997 to 1999, at the green house appartments I can honestly say It was the best time of my life, Boston is my second home.
Felipe on October 15, 2005 11:10 AM.
yea that statue infront of the prue is all by itself and i dont know anyone who likes it. well the copley library is still my fav since you can sit on the stone bench waitin 4 the nine
southiebabe on November 21, 2005 01:53 PM.
ahhahahahahahahahaha whoever is on this site is a loser
urmom on November 13, 2006 09:49 PM.
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